Archive - January 2008

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Stricter rules on ads and smoking

Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, has banned all forms of tobacco ads, promotions, while curbs on smoking in hotels come into force in Dubai.

UKRAINE
Parliament receives ad restrictions

Three draft bills on further restrictions of tobacco and alcohol adverts have been submitted to the Ukrainian parliament and are planned for prompt...

TURKEY
Board extends Tekel deadline

The deadline for submitting final offers in the privatisation of Tekel, Turkey's state-owned tobacco company, was extended to 18 February by the...

NIGERIA
Judge delays tobacco suit

A Nigerian court adjourned on Monday the government's NGN 5.3 trillion (US$ 44 billion) lawsuit against three tobacco firms until March to enable the...

RUSSIA
Ban planned on cigarette advertising

Russia, Europe's biggest cigarette market, is dominated by global tobacco companies such as Altria's Philip Morris division, British American...

UNITED STATES
Philip Morris sues cigarette importers

Philip Morris USA has filed lawsuits against two cigarette importers for alleged counterfeiting and unauthorised use of the Marlboro trademark.

SPAIN
Altadis raises cigarette prices

On Wednesday, the Franco-Spanish tobacco company, Altadis, raised its cigarette prices by € 0.10 (US$ 0.15) a packet, reported Reuters.

UNITED KINGDOM/ SPAIN
Imperial extends Altadis offer deadline

The offer period had originally been set to end on 11 January, but will be extended to the maximum of 70 days under Spanish takeover rules, or until 20...

TURKEY
Parliament extends ban

The ban will apply to most enclosed public spaces as well as some outdoor locations such as stadiums and the gardens of mosques and hospitals and to taxis and...

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